According to a source, the Pittsburgh Steelers held a private workout on March 4th with Pittsburgh Panther offensive lineman Matt Rotheram.
Rotheram, a 40 game starter for the Panthers, originally met with the team during his Pro Day on March 3rd. He has 27 career starts at right guard and 13 at right tackle but spent all of last year at guard. Rotheram was voted a second-team All-ACC lineman in 2014.
At his Pro Day, Rotheram measured in at 6’5/2 323 pounds. He put up 22 reps of 225 on the bench press, a 28.5 inch vertical, and a 10’4” inch broad jump. He is the 21st ranked guard by NFL Draft Scout, placing him as an undrafted free agent.
Rotheram is the second Panthers’ offensive lineman to be brought in for a workout. Potential first rounder T.J. Clemmings was brought in on the same day. Since they are considered local visits, neither workout counts against the team’s 30.
It’s the fourth known pre-draft workout the team has conducted or scheduled. The team is also scheduled to bring in North Dakota State outside linebacker Kyle Emanuel and Texas A&M tight end Cameron Clear.
Above is a picture taken at Pitt’s Pro Day. Rotheram is on the right with offensive line coach Mike Munchak standing in the background.